“We are the litmus test for pricing. We can price any kind of deal, from simple to the most exotic structure and manage risk against it in a holistic manner. Because of our unique pricing ability, we have been able to successfully extend our analytics capabilities to risk, a move that’s generated 20 percent of total billings over the past two years. We see this as a huge growth engine,” expressed O’Hanlon.
The Numerix CrossAsset analytic platform can be scaled to meet client’s needs, from stand-alone desktop installations to enterprise-wide deployments required for a single asset class or a complete cross-asset solution.
The company has recognized that with trading and collateralization decisions becoming more aligned, its solution stack should focus on the requirements of the front office, and the integration of real time risk and collateral valuations into pre-trade analytics. The Numerix CrossAsset platform is underpinned by the Numerix CrossAsset Library. Its comprehensive collection of models and methods and rich features can be extended with Numerix CrossAsset Server to both sell-side and buy-side firms for all enterprise requirements—from front office to compliance and regulatory reporting. The server component utilizes open source components and market standard interfaces to make it adaptable to any client infrastructure and can be run on internal grids or via public or private clouds.
Through the instant analysis of large volumes of complex and dynamic data, financial and insurance institutions can achieve a timely, more accurate view of risk enterprise-wide and make informed business decisions with confidence. Numerix empowers clients with the applicable coverage and advanced functionality needed for daily risk assessment, providing models that preserve the distribution of prices and are efficient to compute.
We are the litmus test for pricing. We can price any kind of deal, from simple to the most exotic structure and manage risk against it in a holistic manner
Strengthened by four pillars—human capital, intellectual property, its economic model, and an efficient distribution scheme, Numerix has attained a client base of over 700 clients and 90 partners across more than 25 countries that rely on the company for speed and accuracy in valuing and risk managing financial instruments. Numerix credits its dual distribution strategy for the vast customer base and O’Hanlon adds, “We have direct and indirect channels of distribution which has allowed us to become one of the most well recognized analytics companies in the world. Adding to it is our decision to shift from term licensing model to subscription model which has been embraced and adopted by all our clients.”